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14 May 2013
Rehabilitated roads in landlocked Tajikistan boost trade at home and with other Central Asian nations and the People’s Republic of China (PRC).
2 Nov 2012
An innovative ADB project in Mongolia aims to educate the most vulnerable in society how to overcome times of financial hardship using simple, effective tools, and a bit of advance planning.
29 Oct 2012
In an increasingly integrated world, regional cooperation is key to the long-term prosperity of nations. Here are 12 things to know about regional cooperation in Central Asia.
30 Aug 2012
ASEAN nations can help avoid world rice price shocks by reducing export restrictions, placing less emphasis on self-sufficiency, retooling Thailand's rice pledging program, and expanding coordinated rice policies with India and Pakistan, according to a series of working papers from ADB.
7 Jun 2012
ADB education expert Jouko Sarvi talks about the economic and social implications of private tutoring in Asia and the Pacific.
15 May 2012
ADB is pushing for the amendment of the AIDS law to include HIV prevention in the workplace. This will facilitate government budget allocation for HIV prevention activities to curb an impending epidemic in Mongolia.
25 Apr 2012
The thriving east-west trade that once prospered along the famed Silk Road is slowly being restored to its former glory through transport and trade links being rolled out under the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation program. Here are 12 facts and figures on the New Silk Road.
6 Dec 2011
An extended global economic slowdown could weigh heavy on East Asia’s economies next year, unless policymakers act promptly, decisively and collectively, according to ADB’s latest Asia Economic Monitor.
21 Nov 2011
CAREC countries are working together to move people, goods, and vehicles across borders faster, more efficiently, and at least cost.
11 Oct 2011
Harmonious economic growth that is both inclusive and environmentally sustainable